Made from seaweed, rock salt, water, and graphene, the sensor is a more sustainable alternative to polymer-based solutions currently used for health-monitoring wearables.
March 08, 2023 by Jake Hertz
The two powerhouse research centers developed an ingestible capsule containing a magnetic sensor and wireless transmitter to monitor GI motility.
February 17, 2023 by Jake Hertz
With the ability to operate in both blood and water, the organic electrochemical transistor is proven useful for onsite signal processing.
January 24, 2023 by Jake Hertz
Here is a roundup of some recent biosensor prototypes designed to protect against food-borne illnesses and diseases alike.
December 20, 2022 by Jake Hertz
Setting out to overcome the drawbacks of today’s LiDAR mirror alternatives, Omnitron Sensors has crafted a 3D MEMS technology fit for low-cost, high-volume markets.
November 30, 2022 by Jeff Child
From electrically-stimulating leg sleeves to smart industrial work boots, new wearables are safely putting more people on the move.
November 10, 2022 by Jake Hertz
Researchers are refining soft adhesive ultrasound patches that provide continuous imaging—sometimes for up to 48 hours.
September 06, 2022 by Jake Hertz
A new study from Carnegie Mellon University may usher in an age of mass-producible stretchable soft electronics (SSEs).
Looking beyond uncomfortable blood draws for lab results, Caltech researchers hope to unlock a new era of reusable, continuous sweat-monitoring wearables.
August 19, 2022 by Jake Hertz
OmniVision keeps shrinking the pixel size of its complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors by introducing its latest sensor with the "world’s smallest" pixel size.
August 17, 2022 by Jake Hertz
A new wave of time-of-flight (ToF) sensors are finding use in applications such as PCs, smart door lock facial recognition, 3D image sensing, and more.
August 06, 2022 by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.
Researchers from Binghamton University have found a way to upcycle CDs into sensors that measure heart activity, lactate, glucose, pH, and oxygen levels.
August 03, 2022 by Darshil Patel
Where other wearables falter, e-tattoos are showing major promise, especially in the medical field regarding blood pressure monitoring.
July 27, 2022 by Jake Hertz
For people unable to use voice- or touch-controlled IoT devices, the nose-clip prototype may make breath-based home automation a reality.
July 26, 2022 by Chantelle Dubois
Synchron recently announced the human brain-computer interface (BCI) implant done on a human in the U.S.
July 20, 2022 by Jake Hertz
Technology finds use in all sorts of places, especially in sports. Recently, FIFA has spurred sports tech with a system to generate automated offside alerts in future contests.
July 07, 2022 by Jake Hertz
By moving location calculation to the cloud, Semtech’s new service allows for lower-power LoRa devices to be embedded in tracked Internet of Things (IoT) assets.
June 22, 2022 by Jeff Child
Solar, thermal, and wind are common sources of energy harvesting. Now, a triboelectric tactile sensor draws energy from movement to power wearables.
May 20, 2022 by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.
Wireless sensor networks need energy harvesting to replace battery power. Researchers are coming up with innovative ways to get energy from alternative sources—even human sweat.
May 14, 2022 by Darshil Patel
Taking inspiration from the biological auditory system, MIT researchers have created a fabric that senses sound signals and converts them to electrical signals, analogous to how a microphone works.
March 25, 2022 by Abdulwaliy Oyekunle
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